Madhav Nepal Sahu of the CPN (Maoist) has sharply criticized the party chairman and prime minister KP Sharma Oli after announcing the results of a two-day meeting of central members, discussions with district leaders and a meeting of standing committee members.
Announcing the 10-point conclusion of the meeting on Sunday, the group criticized Oli’s activities from running the party to running the government. He also concluded that Oli’s activities were divisive. After the meeting, the public decision said, “We heartily call on the CPN (UML) and other sincere leaders and activists who are on KP’s side for the protection and development of the revolutionary party line by fighting against KP Oli’s foot-dragging and wrong tendencies.” It has also concluded that it has continued its arbitrary activities.
“Our efforts to unite the party in accordance with the guidelines, decisions and legislation of the Ninth General Convention have not been successful due to KP Oli’s expulsion from the party,” the conclusion said. KP Oli has taken our sincere efforts to unite the party as if it was insignificant and has brought the party to the brink of division. ‘
The group has also claimed that they are in favor of party unity. “We are in favor of party unity and meaningful and result-oriented talks. But three months have passed since KP Oli’s partisan decision against the party constitution on March 11. As soon as the consensus is made public that the things we have put forward will be implemented globally within a certain period of time, Chairman KP Oli will be considered to be in favor of party unity. ‘
The group also objected to Prime Minister Oli’s expansion of the cabinet. KP Oli has undermined the constitutional and democratic values, norms and mandate by making sweeping changes in the Council of Ministers on June 6, when he was the caretaker Prime Minister. The manipulation of the Council of Ministers by the caretaker Prime Minister, who announced the election himself, is a shameless step towards dismantling the democratic political system. ‘
The group also said it would not withdraw signatures on a writ petition filed in the Supreme Court against the dissolution of the House of Representatives. “Rumors of withdrawing signatures from a writ petition filed in the Supreme Court to protect Nepal’s constitution, democracy and the House of Representatives are baseless.”